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Mojave principal asks teen no longer charged in homicide to return

Patrick Harper may remain a suspect in a murder case in the eyes of North Las Vegas police, but his Mojave High School principal is welcoming the 16-year-old back with open arms.
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Tarkanian in the middle as stadium vote nears

The phone calls began ringing at 7 a.m. at the Tarkanian house. Council Member Lois Tarkanian, the former basketball coach’s wife of 59 years who, with her swing vote Wednesday, will decide whether the city moves ahead with a public subsidy deal for professional soccer stadium project in downtown Symphony Park.

Downtown Project lays off 30 workers; Hsieh role unchanged

Mainstream corporate talk of streamlining operations struck Downtown Project in Las Vegas on Tuesday when Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s $350 million initiative to redevelop downtown into an urban, feel-good utopia of tech development, small businesses, music, learning and food laid off 30 workers.

Wynn’s thoughts on Internet gaming: ‘Not much’

Casino operator Steve Wynn used his Tuesday afternoon keynote address at the Global Gaming Expo to clearly state his position on legalized Internet wagering.

Judicial candidate reprimanded by Nevada Bar

A candidate for the bench in Clark County Family Court Department B has been publicly reprimanded by the State Bar of Nevada for problems with his client trust account.

Mormon imposters convicted in Las Vegas attack and robbery

Two men who prosecutors said used the Mormon religion as a ruse for a Las Vegas robbery were found guilty Tuesday.

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